Pantry & Island: 360 render for architecture in Blender

When you think about an architectural visualization presentation, probably the first thing that comes to mind is either an image or video. Both methods work great for most projects and will do the job of visually describing how the scene will look by the time the project comes to reality. But, with the technology we […]

Chrome adds better support for WebVR and architecture

An architect once told me that a good presentation could even sell poorly designed projects. For that reason, a significant amount of architects and offices invest a lot on presentations. Nowadays the most sophisticated way to create impactful presentations is with the use of VR (Virtual Reality). The technology is becoming more accessible and using […]

Firefox improves support for WebVR and architecture

As a way to make immersive presentations with your architectural visualization projects, it is hard to beat VR (virtual reality) these days. You will not only be able to show and describe the building but give your potential customer the “real” feeling of being there. Until recently, you had to work on VR by creating […]

WebVR for architecture: a-frame updated to version 0.6.0

In the past few weeks, we have been talking a lot about the upcoming Blender 2.79, which is our most important tool to create a 3d visualization. But, alongside with Blender, another valuable tool received an update. That tool is a-frame! But, what is a-frame? It is an open source framework to create Web-based VR […]

VR for architecture using the Web

The use of VR for architectural visualization is a growing trend, and in the future, it might even become mandatory. What could be better than still images to show architectural projects? Lots of companies are looking for VR as the most immersive and sales driving experience for architecture. Getting a VR headset was never easier, […]